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St Patrick’s Day: Top 3 Irish Pubs in Bristol
With St Paddy’s Day just around the corner, we’re all up for celebrating by hitting the Irish pubs this weekend and enjoying a pint of Guinness. But which pub is the best one to celebrate with the Irish in?
Pubs in Bristol are definitely not hard to come by, but Irish pubs are a little more difficult to find. Luckily for you, we've put all our Bristolian knowledge together to come up with what we believe to be the Top 3 Irish Pubs in Bristol! Here they are in all their glory:
1. Seamus O'Donnells
As one of Bristol's oldest Irish pubs, Seamus O'Donnells is a credit to Bristol, and the Irish. Renowned for it's reassuringly and unashamedly old-fashioned theme, this Irish gem is a place for people who appreciate and enjoy their drink and conversation. Naturally, Guinness is their best seller and makes the perfect pub for St Paddy's Day. Click here to view their Sunday sample menu!
Location: 13 St Nicolas Street, Bristol BS1 1UE
Contact: 01179 251283
The Irish-style bar Molloy’s is situated in a city-centre location, just off the main night-life area of the city. It has a laid-back atmosphere, serving both food and drink. It's the perfect understated retreat for celebrating St Patrick's Day in a chilled out atmosphere with your family and friends. Make it a proper Irish experience with a pint of Guinness in hand too! Click here for more about Molloy's
Location: 16-24 Baldwin St, Bristol BS1 1SE
Contact: 0117 945 8891
3. Coach and Horses
The Coach and Horses is not only a warm, friendly and welcoming Irish pub in the heart of the city, but they LOVE St Paddy's Day! The pub will be alive all weekend with Live Irish Music from Sean Dunne and Ross on the Saturday and Live Irish music from Chris James on the Sunday. Just relax with your pint of Guinness and enjoy the show! Keep up with what's going on at the Coach and Horses by clicking here!
Location: 25 Gloucester Lane, Bristol BS2 0DP
Contact: 07923 539805